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O'Fallon, Missouri
Culture, History, Historical Society
The O'Fallon Historical Society was organized in 1974 to preserve and protect O’Fallon’s history for future generations. We meet four times a year at the Society’s Log Cabin Museum in Civic Park on the first Monday of each quarter: March, June, September (on the 2nd Monday due to Labor Day), and December. The December meeting is the traditional Christmas dinner and program.
Olney, Maryland
Archaeology, Culture, History, Historic House, Park
Now owned by the Montgomery County Department of Parks, the cabin has been fully restored and furnished to depict the various periods of its history.
Clarksville, Virginia
Culture, History
The park has a museum with a life-size example of a Native American hut with pelts as well as camping, hiking trails and boat launch ramps on the shore of John H. Kerr Reservoir.
Atlanta, Georgia
Art, Culture, General, History, Library, Specialized, University
The Oglethorpe University Museum is a fine art museum committed to the exhibition of figurative/realistic art that is often international, spiritual, and/or mystical in nature.
Lancaster, Ohio
Art, Culture, History, Historical Society, Science, Specialized
The Ohio Glass Museum was set up to show educational and artistic displays of glass, take the visitor through the development and production of not only industrial glass, but also pressed, blown and art glass. Our continuously showing movie, Born of Fire, is an excellent introduction to the museum and history of the area glass companies.
Ojai, California
Art, Culture, History
Housed in a National Landmark, 1919, Spanish Revival Catholic Church, the museum houses a permanent collection of Ojai related History and Art; we have a Permanent Gallery which exhibits the history of the town of Ojai; Chumash Tribe; early Spanish Ranchos, etc. The Rotating Gallery changes every 8 to 10 weeks with temporary exhibitions addressing the art, history or culture found in Ojai and the Ojai Valley. Gift Shop open Museum Hours and carries Ojai related Books, objects etc.
Waycross, Georgia
Archaeology, Art, Culture, History, Historic House, Library, Specialized
For over thirty years the Okefenokee Heritage Center has sought to illustrate the history of the Okefenokee region and act as a venue for the artistic talent of the people who live here. The OHC has worked to refine and clarify the information found in its exhibits. One dynamic aspect about history is that it is always being made, so our story also grows.
Tulsa, Oklahoma
Art, Culture, History, Library, Specialized
Visit the Jazz Depot to learn of Oklahoma's rich jazz history and the arts programming dedicated to the youth of this state, as provided by "The Jazz Depot".
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Culture, History, Specialized
The Oklahoma Railway Museum (ORM) operates over the former Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railroad line (the Katy) in Northeast Oklahoma City. The Museum is located in Oklahoma’s Frontier Country Tourism area, just south of the Adventure district at 3400 NE Grand Blvd., just off I-35 at exit 31 or NE 36th street.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Children's, Culture, General, History, Historical Society, Specialized
We have artifact dating back to the late 1700's to presant day. Children programs that allow us to interact with all ages.
Nashua, Iowa
Children's, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Military, Park
The Old Bradford Pioneer Village Museum has 13 buildings on its walking tour, including an original Great Western Depot and a Chicago Northwestern caboose. Dr. Pitts' medical office, two authentic log homes, General Store, Laundry, Blacksmith Shop, Agriculture Bldg, Heritage Bldg, Cottage, Jail, one room schoolhouse and toy shop. The Cottage is the only original building to the grounds. It was the home of the caretaker of the Little Brown Church, which sits adjacent to the museum property.
Warm Springs, Georgia
Culture, General, History, Historic House, Specialized
Adjacent to Main Street Warm Springs is a group of eight buildings surrounding a half-acre park designed to represent the old town of Bullochville. These buildings house eclectic shops offering merchandise ranging from collectibles and antiques to children's clothing and squeaky shoes.
Watseka, Illinois
Children's, Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Natural History
The Old Courthouse Museum is operated by the Iroquois County Historical Society, a not for profit corporation.
Groesbeck, Texas
Cemetery, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Military, Park, Specialized
Old Fort Parker is a very early Texas fort built in 1833, and since reconstructed. The Comanche Indains as well as the Anglo Parker participate in keeping this historic site alive. We have primitive camping, 35 Rv hookups with water, 19 air conditioned rooms in historic barracks and a historic house available for lodging A visitor center is available for rent to serve meals etc.
Delta, Pennsylvania
Culture, General, History, Historic House
The museum recently acquired 2 Welsh immigrant cottages. They are in need of major repair and when finished will be restored to their immigrant era status. They will serve as an educational stop for visitors to learn of this unique, area-specific history.
East Granby, Connecticut
Culture, General, History, Historic House, Library, Military
The underground tunnels of an abandoned copper mine began to be used as a prison in Dec 1773. Over 800 inmates were confined here until the facility was closed in 1827.
Pokagon, Michigan
Botanical Garden, Church, Culture, History
This is the church where Rev. George Bennard first introduced the final version of "The Old Rugged Cross" in 1913. It is being restored to its 1913 church era appearance & condition.
Arlington, Massachusetts
Culture, History
Visitors interested in industrial history, woodworking, mechanics -- or simply the ambiance of an ancient, working manufactory in its original historic setting -- are cordially welcomed to the Mill.

Today The Old Schwamb Mill continues to produce museum quality hand turned wooden oval and circular frames. See an interesting variety of frames and profile styles that have been produced since the Schwambs first began operations here in 1864.
Brownington, Vermont
Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Park
The Museum is located in the Brownington Village Historic District, amidst 19th century homes and a church, surrounded by farmland.
DePere, Wisconsin
Art, Culture, History, Specialized

What's new at the Museum you ask?

The Oneida Nation Museum is in its 33rd year of operation! Each year we install 2-3 new exhibitas so that visitors have something new to see. This year, we are showcasing a new exhibit on the Oneida's role in the world of Argicultural. Oneida's Agricultural Legacy: Our relationship with the Earth from New York to Wisconsin.

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